The Emergency, imposed 42 years ago this month, holds lessons for the Indian media.
In the light of the CBI’s raid on NDTV, the veteran editor says official attempts to muzzle the press can only be fought off if journalists stick together.
Only adhering to the dominant western narrative can we say ‘post-truth’ is a recent phenomenon. The Indian scenario suggests the contrary.
In an explosive interview, the former BJP leader Arun Shourie hits out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi
The RSS has been very picky about which parts of Ambedkar they praise and quote, careful to ignore his repeated and detailed criticisms of Hinduism.
The NDA’s small-mindedness and combative style has led it to make a mess of political relations inside and outside Parliament
The well at the Indian Statistical Institute has been severely poisoned; for the sake of the institution, and India, the process of cleaning it up must start now.
Was Director Bimal Roy removed after he refused to sign the official minutes of a meeting whose contents he had disputed? AN RTI application seeking a recording of the meeting is being delayed, ISI faculty members say.